This study looks at how Denmark tackled criminalisation of transmission & exposure.
A thorough review of policy guidance, science and practice in high income settings from Denmark. It concludes that “suppressive maternal ART significantly reduces, but does not eliminate, the risk of postnatal transmission of HIV through breastfeeding. However, it is important to recognize and acknowledge that some women living with HIV may wish to breastfeed their infant, in which both the healthcare providers and the women need evidence-based information about the risks and benefits to enable an informed decision.”
Brochure highlighting key questions on HIV transmission and exposure criminalization for people living with HIV in Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.